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How To Understand Panchang

There are five basic elements of punching time, also known as punching and punchgam (five organs), ithi, constellation, yoga and ray. They are used to choose the right day and time to perform various good deeds such as marriage, travel, etc. Emerald is also used to avoid bad days and times.

In addition to the above mentioned five elements, the traditional times also give other details such as sunrise and sunset, marriage, good and bad in one day, supernatural, etc. Traditional astronomers use these elements of Pancham to create birth charts, etc.

For all the calculations we follow Chipot Einamish, popularly called Lahor Emanish. Emerald details are in Delhi at the same date.

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Understanding Panchangam 


  • There is a saying that if you want to ask your boss a favor, it is better to have lunch! Makes sense because, after feasting and relaxing, he will be in a more generous mood. If he is in a bad mood now instead of asking a favor, it is better to wait until he is in a good mood.

  • The ancient Indian sages examined the mood of the heavenly bodies by using their divine intelligence to do important works and to choose the right time to avoid bad times. Elements of almanac, also known as almanac and almanac, deal with these right and wrong times.
  • Panchangam = Panch (five) + Angam (organ) in Sanskrit. The Tithi or Chandra Charan, Vara or Karyadivas, Nakshatra or Tara Nakshatra in which the Moon is placed, Yoga or auspicious / inauspicious period prevails and Karana which is the half-phase of the Ardha, are the Pancha Angas - the five main to check the good Bad duration in one day to carry elements or many important functions.
  • Apart from these main five elements of time there are other good and bad times which are also important. The Astrojyoti Panchangam is based on authentic principles given in the ancient Gochara and Muhurta scriptures and is certainly the most informative and accurate almanac available on the net and has many features not found elsewhere.


  •  Almanac's technical information, information and information about Pandit SP Tata.'s webmaster, who has more than 30 years of experience as a professional astronomer and also teaches astronomy.
  • The software was developed by a top-notch software professional, who also won a gold medal in a prominent Indian Institute of Science, a prominent M.Tech from Bangalore and a Bharat Vidya Bhavan-based astronomy course. She wants to remain anonymous.

The calculations base:

  • Originally people followed the Surya Siddhanta calculation. But now the reading of modern telescopes and satellites is very accurate and we use it. It is called the Drick Almanac. Whether it is Telugu Panchangam or Tamil Panchangam or Gujarati almanac or North Indian Almanac, the basic principles of calculation are similar. The almanac used in some traditions or used festivals are different and there may be variation in the tithi, constellation time. We use the most accurate NASA ephemeris and the most accurate picture light irradiation (also called Lahiri Ayamma) is to be used. Whenever this applies, our software automatically adjusts the daytime savings. We have a very large database of locations and are adding more.
  • The almanac displayed is according to the Amanta or Chaitradi system prevalent in South India. In this, the Hindu month begins after Amavasya. The second system is full moon or Kartakadi, where month starts after Purnima or Purnima, hence the Indian month starts for a fortnight before them. It is more popular in North India. All other things remain the same. Soon our almanac will have the option of changing between these two systems and monthly almanac tables etc.

Date, time and place:

The data by default is for the current date for New Delhi at sunrise. Displayed time is in 24-hour format. Sometimes it can show more than 24 i.e. 27.30 etc. This means that Tithi or Nakshatra etc. is up to 3.30 in the morning on the next day. Various features of Panchangam - such as Lagnas, Horas, Rahukalam, Verjama and other good and bad times etc. - will be done in different ways depending on the place you are in. You can view Panchang for any date and place. If your location is not there, select the nearest location.